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All-New Peugeot 5008 SUV 2017

The all-new Peugeot 5008 SUV is a good-looking car that doesn’t reek of middle-age blandness. The launch of the latest 5008 reveals a car that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but one that is 190mm lengthier than its sister, the five-seater 3008, and 110mm broader than the withdrawing version of the 5008. The fresh 5008...

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Citroën C4 Cactus PureTech 110 Flair

The turbo-powered Citroen C4 Cactus may not be a sharp handler, but it’s bristling with character. That’s the opinion of our motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay. Read his review to find out more about the car. If you like a bit of Gallic eccentricity, then the oddly named Cactus could be the car you’ve been dreaming...

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2017 Infiniti Q60 S 3.0T Sport Tech

This Infiniti supersedes the G37 coupé, a sweet-revving V6 beast that’s relatively uncommon on the UK’s roads. The Q60 replacement model is equally as rare as hen’s teeth, but that may change if Infiniti, the posh arm of Nissan, gets its marketing right. Certainly, many heads swivelled in my direction during the week I tested...

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Skoda Kodiaq

Skoda’s Kodiaq is a competitor to SUVs, such as the Kia Sportage. The car isn’t massive, but it’s big enough to fit up to seven people across three rows of seats. There’s a five-seater only version, too. I tested the car in Edition 2.0 TDI 190PS 4×4 DSG seven-seat guise, which means lots of equipment...

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Infiniti Q50 3.0 Sport Tech

By Tim Barnes-Clay, Motoring Journalist Tweeting: @carwriteups Infiniti should be more popular in the UK than it is. No one knew what my Q50 test car was – and when I said ‘Infiniti’ many had a blank look on their face. They sort of got it when I said Infiniti is to Nissan what Lexus...

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Volvo V90 Cross Country Review

Reviewed by Tim Barnes-Clay, Motoring Journalist – tweeting @carwriteups  For those who like versatility and might need to venture into the rough, Volvo’s V90 Cross Country has recently come on the scene. The Cross Country moniker was actually ushered in by Volvo some two decades ago, and it’s good that the new V90 can be...

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The Best Sports Cars in the World

No matter how much time passes, sports cars never lose their allure, providing a unique combination of speed and beauty. Many vehicle manufacturers that have never been involved with sports cars are now moving into the niche, and this means that the budding motorist has never had more options on this field. Choice is preferable,...

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Volvo V90 R-Design Review

Volvo estates have come a long way since their ‘wardrobe on wheels’ image. We all knew they were safe and comfortable; they just weren’t sexy. That all changed some years ago, and the last V70 looked great; perhaps even better than its saloon sibling, the S80. Then in 2016, the V90 and the booted S90...

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Health Committee Publishes Interim Report on Suicide Prevention

In December 2016, the House of Commons Health Committee (HHC) published an interim report on suicide prevention in order to help inform the government’s updated suicide prevention strategy. The House of Commons Health Committee “Suicide prevention: interim report – Fourth Report of Session 2016–17”, released on 13th December can be viewed online. The Health Committee...

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The Ten Best Restaurants in London

The gastronome in England’s capital city is spoiled for choice, and thus whittling down the options can be an intimidating prospect. There are certainly many more than ten great restaurants in London, but here is an appealing selection for London diners to begin with. Wright Brothers, Spitalfields A fish-based restaurant, Wright Brothers goes against the...

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